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Essay heading: Life Changes During the Industrial Revolution
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Written by: Edmund Blackadder
Date added: June 30, 2009
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Further improvements came later to weaving. Edmund Cartwright invented the powered loom in 1785, but it was not efficient until thirty years later. They were used in the cotton industry and also in the older woollen industry as well. More machines were built and some were not in factories, since farmers were also using machinary for faster and more efficient methods of growing crops...
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Jethro Tull invented his ‘Seed Drill’ so that it would half the time and also straighten the seeds being put into the ground where as before the seeds were scattered randomly. The increased use of machines in factories and the greater use of steam power lead to the coal and iron industry. The Industrial Revolution made the two industries the most important in the country and the areas of mining became the source of Britains wealth...
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